Breakfast Spots in Branson

You'll need to start your day off right in Branson to have the energy you'll need to hit all the hot spots. Fortunately, Branson restaurants offer plenty of tasty and affordable breakfast options, so you won't be stuck hitting a drive-thru.

Whether you prefer bacon and eggs, a chorizo burrito or mouth-watering, country-style biscuits and gravy, you can find it for breakfast in Branson. Dine at any of these top breakfast spots to start your day off right!

McFarlain's Family Restaurant

3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expy. | 417-336-4680 | Open Year-Round

Keeping with the early-1900s theme featured in Branson's exclusive IMAX adventure, "Ozarks Legacy and Legend," McFarlain's Family Restaurant, located inside the  IMAX Entertainment Complex, showcases a plethora of intriguing antiques, art and photographs… and the food's nothing to sneeze at, either. The full-service restaurant features hearty, cooked-to-order breakfasts – very possibly Branson's best country breakfast. Whether you prefer omelets, all-you-can-eat pancakes, waffles, skillets or some legendary biscuits and gravy, you'll find it on McFarlain's breakfast menu.

Grand Country Buffet

1945 W. 76 Country Blvd. | 417-335-2434 | Open Year-Round

Possibly Branson's best-known buffet, Grand Country Buffet serves a bountiful breakfast that's sure to start your day out right. Dive into a spread that includes cold and hot scatter-bar buffets featuring fresh fruits, homemade breads, cereals, yogurt, farm-fresh eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes and much more. Adults dine for less than $10 and children younger than 4 are free with a paying adult.

Molly's Mill Restaurant

399 Silver Dollar City Pkwy. | 417-336-7100 | Open March - December

You'll have plenty of fuel for a day of fun at Silver Dollar City by starting it off with a hearty breakfast at Molly's Mill. Serving breakfast starting at 8:30 a.m. from March until October, Molly's Mill's breakfast buffet features popular fare including fresh fruit, scrambled eggs, bacon, ham, sausage, pancakes, fresh biscuits, sausage gravy, grits, cereal and warm apple butter.

Billy Gail's Café

5291 Hwy. 265 | 417-338-8883 | Open Mid January - Mid December

Located just off of Hwy. 76, Billy Gail's Café can be found in a classic log cabin that was once a gas station. But there's nothing ordinary about its breakfast fare, named the best in southwest Missouri by 417 Magazine. In fact, it's a local favorite. Famous for its pancakes, Billy Gail's also features an array of traditional country breakfast fare and a unique item, "French Cakes," created one morning when Billy herself couldn’t decide between pancakes and French toast.

The Farmhouse

119 W. Main St. | 417-334-9701 | Open Year-Round

One of Branson's favorite eateries, the Farmhouse restaurant is located in historic downtown Branson and features a hearty breakfast so good it tastes like it came straight out of an old country kitchen. Choose from steak or ham with eggs, biscuits and gravy, grits, dollar pancakes, country potatoes, omelets, French toast, oatmeal and cinnamon rolls.

Clocker's Café

103 S. Commercial St. | 417-335-2328 | Open Year-Round

Part of Branson's historic downtown landscape, Clocker's Café is a popular haunt of locals and an unexpected treat for tourists during breakfast hours, thanks to its tasty yet stout coffee, perfectly-prepared eggs and pan-fried hash browns – not to mention the friendly service. Affordable with generous portions, Clocker's Café offers a classic country breakfast in a diner-style atmosphere.

Osage Restaurant at Top of the Rock

150 Top of the Rock Road | 800-225-6343 | Open Year-Round

If you're in search of a memorable Saturday and Sunday brunch, don't miss Osage Restaurant at Top of the Rock. Served Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the brunch buffet features fried chicken and waffles, prime flat iron steak and eggs, buttermilk pancakes, Sandwiches, delicious drinks, and so much more. Reservations are recommended. 

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